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GalliumOS Kernel Panics? Install Ubuntu’s Kernel!

Since late July I’ve been running GalliumOS 2.0 on my Acer C720p. I like the lightweight XFCE interface (key on a machine with 2Gigs of ram),  but have run into a few stability bugs. By and large the biggest issue has been with the GalliumOS kernel itself – it just can’t seem to take sleeping/waking without … Continue reading GalliumOS Kernel Panics? Install Ubuntu’s Kernel!

Pico TTS, or: How to get your PC to read your PDFs to you

When faced with having to read a large book, my eyes can get very strained, forcing me to rest, though my brain remains awake enough to work. This is especially true for non-recreational (read: work) purposes,  when I do not have the liberty of reading slowly. Tasked with reading a 200-page e-book in one day, I … Continue reading Pico TTS, or: How to get your PC to read your PDFs to you